Coming from Far – Caribbean panel at Harlem Book Fair

Coming from Far: Caribbean Writers on Home and Otherness
(Readings and Discussion)

Friday, 11 July 2014
435 West 116th Street
Jerome Greene Hall
Columbia University School of Law
Room 101/103
1:30pm – 3:00pm

Participants: A. Naomi Jackson, author of Who Don’t Hear Will Feel; Stephen Narian, winner of the Small Axe Literary Prize; and Tiphanie Yanique, author of Land of Love and Drowning

Moderator: Nicolas Laughlin, Program Director, NGC Bocas Lit Festival

Presented by the annual NCG Bocas Lit Festival as part of the Harlem Book Fair. See full HBF schedule here.

The NGC Bocas Literary Festival brings together writers, readers, performers, and publishers for a five-day celebration of books and writing. At the heart of the NGC Bocas Lit Fest are a series of readings by some of Trinidad and Tobago’s and the Caribbean’s finest writers of fiction and poetry — from authors of books already considered contemporary classics to prizewinning newcomers. Join the celebration through these readings and discussion.